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A Buffalo woman was arrested in Wyoming County over the weekend after being pulled over for having items dangling for her rear view mirror.
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After the latest Blizzard to hit WNY, many viewers made the comparison and comment that it wasn't a Blizzard because it wasn't anything like the Blizzard of '77.
2 hrs ago | University at Buffalo
The term "performing economies" refers to art practices and ecologies that produce innovative systems of exchange, dialogue and development during times of political and economic crisis.
3 hrs ago | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Velma D. Nagle, of Ashville, N.Y., lost her battle with cancer on Friday, March 14, 2014, at WCA Hospital in Jamestown, N.Y. Velma was one of the triplet daughters born to Ben and Bernice Westcott Schruis on Jan. 30, 1937, at the family home in North Clymer, N.Y. Velma graduated from Panama Central High School in 1954.
7 hrs ago | 13WHAM
Authorities say they've surrounded a house in a rural western New York town where a man opened fire on police when they responded to a report of a person with a gun.
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I get it, I really understand how you feel. For the second year in a row the Bulls were unable to snag an invite to any of the four NCAA post season tournaments.
It had long been assumed, but the NCAA made it official on Sunday: Syracuse is headed to the First Niagara Center.
Catholics in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia have planned their first "Mass Mob" in the north of the city, seeking to rally scores of people to a beautiful but sparsely attended church.
The Lobos will learn where they'll fall in the big dance Sunday and predictions are all over the board.
Ruth Ann Kline, 80, of Johnstown, N.Y., passed away peacefully on March 14, 2014, at her home.
Get ready for gardening season in Western New York at Plantasia: Party in the Garden, taking place Thursday through Sunday, March 20th through 23rd at the Hamburg Fairgrounds Event Center and Expo Hall.
"Buffalo winters are very harsh. This year has been one of the worst winters. This is my third year and this has definitely been by far the worst winter" said Taylor.
Wegmans Food Markets is donating more than $1 million to a Buffalo-area children's museum that plans to open a new facility on the city's Lake Erie waterfront in two years.
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The Erie County Medical Center and its employees have been collecting baby items and financial donations all week to benefit the United Way of Buffalo.